FYI, the CJN has just revealed its makeover. The "new" paper certainly looks a lot better than the old one. As for it being "edgier," as its new editor promised it would be, I suggest you look at its opinion pages. There you will find a troika of familiar "progressives" (Farber, Marmur and Rosensweig) whose prose style, to be charitable, is less than scintillating, and who are as "edgy" as one of the knives in my mother's cutlery drawer.
So the "edgier" promise turns out to be an epic fail. But, going strictly by opinion pages, the paper is definitely squishier.